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Sink F69 Trust
New Zealand News - NZ - Wreck 'safe for divers'
"It's highly compartmentalised as opposed to commercial vessels and is perfect for artificial reefing as evidenced by others which have been sunk around the world,"
Sunken frigate further broken up - 13 Mar 2006 - National News
Sink F69 Trust chairman, Marco Zeeman said in a statement the bow was still pointing south and was held in place by the eight-tonne anchor attached when it was sunk.
Mar 2006 | Magazine | New Zealand Ship and Marine Society
Fresh from scuttling the decommissioned frigate H.M.N.Z.S. Wellington, off the south coast of her eponymous city, in mid-December 2005 Marco Zeeman had a plan to sink the ship featured in Peter Jacksons much-bruited film "King Kong" off Mana Island, not very far round the southwest corner of the North Island from where the Wellington lies.
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